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has only a vague explination as to why. local 5 news at 10 starts in 30 seconds. "you're watching local 5 news at 10 in hd .we
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brad/wx wall weather adlib: well, the warmth has arrived! this is especially true for the state where 50s and 60s have pushed in this afternoon. look for tonight to stay rather windy and warm by february standards with temps in the 50s for many areas overnight and then 40s to the north. this will set the stage for a very warm friday, but it will also be windy. winds tonight will be more southerly at 15- 25, but by morning they will have turned to the west at 20-30 mph with some gust over 40 mph possible! skies will tonight, but will clear us a very sunny friday! winds, our highs north and 60s south. good too with less wind, more sunshine and continued warm temperatures. it will really be feeling like a spring has sprung! sunday will be a little cooler with some clouds around, but still not bad with highs mainly in the 40s. next week is looking pretty quiet and dry overall, but mostly in the 40s for highs. that is still above average though, so i am not complaining! " local 5 news at 10 in
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stephanie/2shot good evening. i'm angleson. and i'm jack tonight, the collins-maxwell is looking for a new superintendent. jason ellingson resigned earlier report was filed against him earlier this week. jack: jacob peklo was meeting, and is here with more. jacob? jacob jack, stephanie, normally any criminal investigation for the district would start with the story county sheriff's office. but i checked in with them today, and they told me nothing was being done yet. the district isn't releasing many details on what ellingson is accused of doing. the only thing we know for sure is that jason ellingson resigned...and he's off the job immediately. natural sound: "i make a motion to accept the resignation of jason ellingson as superintendent." "i second that motion." "the motion has been made and seconded to accept the resignation of superintendent ellingson. all in favor say, 'aye.'" "aye!"
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collins-maxwell school district came to an abrupt halt. jason ellingson came to the district in 2006 as middle school principal before becoming its but earlier this week, a report was filed against ellingson, alleging he did something improper while off duty. he was told not to come in to work, as the district investigated. here at local five, we heard something unusual was going on with the superintendent, so we tried to get in touch with ellingson ourselves. this is what we ard. claire powell, local 5: "i'm just wondering, i'm trying to get hold of him. i don't know if he was out sick or vacation..." secretary: "he's just not in today." claire: "is he going to be in tomorrow or any other point this week?" secretary: "he's just not in today." board members declined to comment after the final decision came down thursday evening, but released this generic statement on the resignation, saying quote, "there is no evidence that any persons have been harmed, and there is no evidence that district programs or operations have been compromised. nevertheless, the superintendent has offered to resign and
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accepted his offer of resignation. " ellingson's salary immediately comes off the books for the district, but he will receive a payout for his unused vacation days, as well as any other benefits he accumulated during that time. jacob the district has already started its search for a full-time replacement. in the meantime, officials have said they could work with baxter's superintendent until the replacement is seated. stay with local five as we try to learn more about what actually led to this resignation. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. as funnel week statehouse winds down... it's a desperate familiar faces... people who have returned year after year to try to make change... but haven't found success so far... tonight we're a mother new law in murdered daughter... iowa to change the way it views domestic violence is becoming an impossible task. local 5's nikki davidson reports. shes with us everyday, light sunshine, happiness and love when shelia lynch remembers the last
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she remembers the way she looked with her young son... and how she made everyone else feel.. 13:18 she had a smile that lit up a room. but what she can't forget... no matter how much time passes... is how tereseann felt died. 8:32 she was pertified... she would tell me i can't have a life again. out there. she had just helped her daughter leave her abusive husband.... a man family says had been battering her for months. 23:55:30 beating her, strangling her. 23:55:36 stuffing socks in her mouth while he hit her so that no one would hear her scream. they got a restraining order... found a secret location to hide tereseann and her son... but it wasn't enough. 7:54 he was stalking her and we did not know it until the trial took place, he quit his job to the point he had all day long to follow her. knew wheere she was living... they found that the law wouldn't do much. 00:03:33 a protective order is what my
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told me it was in person, he said to us, it's a peice of paper, it's my 5th one i know how to work the system and get around it, it means nothing. and on veterans day... outside of a target store ... he kidnapped her... then shot her to death. 9:40 i can't go back and change that, but i can help the victims that are out there. shelia lynch says she came up with what she thinks is a solution for women trying to break free from abusive and obbessive relationships... gps monitoring... 00:00:45 my daughter would have been saved, she wouldn't have been killed. it would work like this... if an officer was dispatched on a domestic violence call, he would ask the victim and abuser a series of questions to determine if the relationship could become lethal... if the determine if the relationship could
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problems would continue... a judge could put a gps monitor on the suspect...and give the victim the reciever to let them know if that person violates a protective restraining order... and notifiy police if that barrier was crossed. just last year it seemed her idea had gotten some traction... govenor branstad invited her to be part of a press conference pledging his support to the idea.... even posting to social media "now is the time to act" 19:00 i was so excited, to me it went i have the govenor of the state of iowa on my side. he is going to represent a bill and put into place everything i've been speaking out about. but when it came to getting that action... 28:06 i kept asking when are we meeting, i called and sent emails. i didn't get calls back. it was a huge betryal to me a stab in the back. i ended up with a very negative view of politics because of it. she feels her daugthers story got lost in a political game... 20:18 it was embarrasing, humilating but it's not going to stop me. the govenors office says they've asked the department of public safety to spearhead new legislation this year that would address increasing minimum sentences on repeat domestic abusers and use electronic monitoring in certain situations... they said the govenor wasn't available for an interview on the subject in a statement said quote
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lynch sharing her daughter's heartbreaking story last year. what happened to ms. lynch's daughter was an absolute tragedy. to that end, we hope prevent further happening to other iowa families. the bill year is very similar and bill will gain enough support to get passed by both the house and senate. thats little comfort to lynch... who says until something changes in iowa to protect other woman in her daughters situation, she won't move on. 5:35 i'm not quitting until we get iowa to wake up in ames nikki davidson local five news we are iowa. stephanie: shelia lynch has been told that gps monitoring may become an amendment on a of the senate.... bill 3014... but there are no guarantees... 3014 as it currently is written would establish a criminal penalty for violent repeat offenders... and potentially keep some offenders behind bars longer. jack: a high speed wreck this morning leaves car and s-u-v parts all over someone's front yard. the crash happened at 66th street and prairie avenue in that's right in
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residential neighborhood. cops say the silver car blew through a stop sign, hitting the suv. the driver of the car was taken to the hospital, while the other driver was treated on site. police say speed definitely caused this. neighbors say speeding and racing along 66th street has been a continuing problem -- one they can't seem to fix. ""we have those signs that say children at play, teenagers dont care about those signs they'll race no matter what" " jack: police say charges will likely be filed against the driver of the car. stephanie: a war of words is brewing between donald trump and pope francis, just before the next set of primaries. returning from reporters that a person is "not really want to build a wall on the us-mexico border. speaking at a rally in south carolina today, donald trump "disgraceful" for a religious question someone's faith. the gop frontrunner accused the
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using pope pawn". sot- donald trump he actually said that christian or unbelievable. which is really not a nice thing to say. stephanie: pastors and other religious leaders in south carolina have cruz for cruz announced the the day after his rival marco the state's popular governor. jack: million iowans on medicaid will have their care switched over to private out-of- state companies. the roll out date for medicaid privatization is now 12 days away. at the statehouse today, senate democrats stood firm by their decision to stop the transition, and their bill that would do it. house republicans are trying to dismiss that bill. "linda miller 46:23 the medicaid program is administered by the department of human services. it's not a legislated program. what the legislature does is legislates the amount of money needed for the medicaid program or the state match for the medicaid program "
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it's scheduled roll out march first, but the state still has not been given final federal approval. stephanie: coming up on local 5 news at 10...state wrestling is in full swing. we've got 1a, 2a and 3a highlights coming up in sports. jack: then-- a new kum and go in the metro is like nothing you've seen. we take you inside the store that the company says is a "destination." brad: ((ad lib weather toss)) take sot tomorrow on good morning iowa... it's friday, which means a look at movies.. this week we have a trio that include an olympic story...a horror story....and one straight from the bible... but will any of them be able to beat the "anti- hero" that won last weekend... and sam has a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's tomorrow on the all-new good morning iowa!
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meteorologist brad edwards and local 5 sports with sports director jon schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa." brad: weather adlib: well, the warmth has arrived! this is especially true for the southern half of the state where 50s
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this afternoon. look for tonight to stay rather windy and warm by february standards with temps in the 50s for many areas overnight and then 40s to the north. this will set the stage for a very warm friday, but it will also be windy. winds tonight will be more southerly at 15- 25, but by morning they will have turned to the west at 20-30 mph with some gust over 40 mph possible! skies will stay partly cloudy tonight, but will clear out by morning to give us a very sunny friday! with sunshine and mild winds, our highs should reach the 50s north and 60s south. saturday is looking good too with less wind, more sunshine and continued warm temperatures. it will really be feeling like a spring has sprung! sunday will be a little cooler with some clouds around, but still not bad with highs mainly in the 40s. next week is looking pretty quiet and dry overall, but mostly in the 40s for highs. that is still above average though, so i am not complaining! brad stephanie: jack: and 60s have pushed in this afternoon. look for tonight to stay rather windy and warm by february standards with temps in the 50s for many areas overnight and then 40s to the north. this will set the stage for a very warm friday, but it will also be windy.
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25, but by morning they will have turned to the west at 20-30 mph with some gust over 40 mph possible! skies will stay partly cloudy tonight, but will clear out by morning to give us a very sunny friday! with sunshine and mild winds, our highs should reach the 50s north and 60s south. saturday is looking good too with less wind, more sunshine and continued warm temperatures. it will really be feeling like a spring has sprung! sunday will be a little cooler with some clouds around, but still not bad with highs mainly in the 40s. next week is looking pretty quiet and dry overall, but mostly in the 40s for highs. that is still above average though, so i am not complaining! brad stephanie: jack: and 60s have pushed in this afternoon. look for tonight to stay rather windy and warm by february standards with temps in the 50s for many areas overnight and then 40s to the north. this will set the stage for a very warm friday, but it will also be windy. winds tonight will be more southerly at 15- 25, but by morning they will have turned to the west at 20-30 mph with some gust over 40 mph possible! skies will stay partly cloudy tonight, but will clear out by morning to give us a very sunny friday!
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winds, our highs should reach the 50s north and 60s south. saturday is looking good too with less wind, more sunshine and continued warm temperatures. it will really be feeling like a spring has sprung! sunday will be a little cooler with some clouds around, but still not bad with highs mainly in the 40s. next week is looking pretty quiet and dry overall, but mostly in the 40s for highs. that is still above average though, so i am not complaining! brad stephanie: jack: jack/wxhang coming up on local 5 news at ten.
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opening round of the state wrestling tournament wraps up. we'll bring you highlights later in sports. stephanie: but next it's a corner gas station...with a modern twist. see what's in store at this new kum and go.
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stephanie/ots: iowa state fans have grown used to senior point guard monte morris dishing out passes on the court. but today, it was number 11 accepting the assist. hy-vee teamed up with the state of michigan to send eleven semi- trailers to flint to help out with the water crisis in morris' hometown. six of those trucks hauled gallons of water, the other five carried bottled water. stephanie: the row of trucks leftames today. they could get to flint tomorrow. new today in flint, the federal government is
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hospitals five- hundred- thousand dollars to help respond to flint's water emergency. meanwhile, michigan's governor and flint's mayor have dueling plans on how to fix the crisis. they both agree the pipes need to be replaced, but they differ on when that should happen.. jack/1shot a new kum and go convenience store in johnston is like none other. it's the first of what the company is calling its "marketplace" stores. inside, you'll find amenities like a beer growler station, a dine in eating area with an outdoor patio, homeade breads, made to order sandwiches, wi- fi, charging stations -- and the list goes on. on day one, the growler station seems to be a big hit. 1:21 i've sold more growlers than cream-filled donuts which is an interesting twist." jack: this store is also certified for its energy- efficient and sustainable design. stephanie/3dtlbam: jon is here now and opening rounds are all wrapped up from wells fargo arena.
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yeah jack the winners bracket is half of what it was when today started coming up on local 5 sports we've got full highlights from all 3 classes of wrestling action
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jon: welcome back-- to win an individual state title you have to
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number one today. the look after a loss is one of defeat-- on the other side-- the look of a winner is pure focus-- let's see who was locked in today. pick things up at 132 pounds. clarinda's austin gutknecht, ranked 6th gets the escape. he'd go on to win 2-1 in the 2nd tiebreak. 145, top-ranked bryce leshen of albia would take down winterset's justin smith, 9-3. 152, green county's tommy bradshaw ranked 2nd grabs the win over #10 wes cummings of pcm-monroe, 11-3. 160 pounds, a-d- m's zach johnston ranked 2nd moves on with the 11-4 decision. up to 170, #1 chase shlits of creston/om, flips over perry's eli saemisch for the pin! 182 pounds, 3rd ranked daniel sommerlot of pocahontas stays unbeaten with the 8-0 major decision. same class, #2 jj clark of clarinda with a tough draw against #10 sam mathis of roland-story. clark though
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period to advance. and finally up to 285, defending champ carter isley of aliba, makes quick work of john mcconkey of atlantic with the pin 1:25 in. he's one of 36 wrestlers to advance in 2a. "wrestlers recap wins in first round of state tournament." now to 3a-- jordan furbee has the highlights of the afternoon. "we kick things off at 106 pounds, 4th ranked kobey pritchard of indianola. wrestles better with one leg, than most do with 2. he gets the 3 point near fall en route to with 2. he gets the 3 point
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the 16-1 tech fall victory. up to 113, #1 brody teske of fort dodge, gets the take down and near fall en route to the pin of joe pins! teske moves to 40-0 this season. 120 pounds, 8th ranked alec clark of ottumwa earns the fall 1:29 in. 126 pounds, #1 triston lara of fort dodge is on to the quarters with the fall at 2:20 over dc-g's bryce murano. 132 pounds, it's 2nd ranked grant stotts of valley taking down #9 drew sams of oskaloosa in a close one, 3-2. 138 pounds, top ranked zach barnes of se polk. grabs the 14-3 major decision on reese hageman of marshalltown. up to 145 pounds, defending champ michael zachary on a mission for a repeat. he grabs the pin in 1:10 and goes from hunter to hunted this year. 160 pounds, top ranked jack koethe of valley, coming off a state dual title wednesday, grabs the pin in 1:57.
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coleman grab the fall in 1:47, just as he planned. 220 pounds, #1 ethan anderson of sep, with the pin just 57 seconds in. then a good one between #2 rocky lombardi of valley and #4 peyton williams of marshalltown. lombardi holds off the senior for the 9-5 decision. then up to heavyweights. indianola's eagan lickiss ranked 7th takes down #8 ad edwards of des moines north/hoover, 3-1. and #2 daniel ramierez earns the 3-0 win for se polk over #10 keegan poole of pella. " " jon: and the day got started in a big way with class 1a. let's see who advanced. "they'd start bright and early at 9 am starting at 120 pounds brady kyner of southeast warren wrestling skyler richter from hinton-- kyner with a near fallhe'd win by tech fall to advance. staying at 120 cole allison of st edmond wrestling tyler strasser of north mahaska new sharon-- allison the take down he's moving on with a
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up to 132 top seed cole needham of west marshallin the grey uni lands the take down here the senior gets the win 3-2 decision. at 145 audubon's jake mulford gets the take down on pleasantville's griffen mcbride mulford is moving after a tight 8-6 decision. staying at 145 zach mcloud of ogden gets taken down in the scramble by tanner heaberlin mcloud would lose by major decision. at 160 pounds the top seed is sal arzani from interstate-35.. the road runner speeding his way to multiple take downs and an eventual pin on kaden kilburg from lisbon. arzani just one loss this season. to 170 logan schumacher from martesndale-st.mary's working on the fall here.. he gets noah bouse and he'll move on staying perfect on the season is the sophomore. and at 182 is austin lentz of ogden the senior is a perfect 40-0 coming into the day-- and he'd leave that way getting an 8-3 decision after a couple of take downs he's number 2
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unranked mason lyons next. " here's a look at the team leaders in each class after opening day of the individual tournament. in 3a fort dodge holding a 3 point edge over southeast polk. in 2a-- creston- orient- macksburg with a slight edge at the top. and in 1a alburnett out to the early lead. jon/3shot (wrap sports) stephanie: we'll be right back... you're watching local
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and 60s have pushed in this afternoon. look for tonight to stay rather windy and warm by february standards with temps in the 50s for many areas overnight and then 40s to the north. this will set the stage for a very warm friday, but it will also be windy. winds tonight will be more southerly at 15- 25, but by morning they will have turned to the west at 20-30 mph with some gust over 40 mph possible! skies will stay partly cloudy tonight, but will clear out by morning to give us a very sunny friday!
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"jim kimmel live"! tonight, kerry washington, nikolaj coster-waldau, "this week in unnecessary censorship" and music from jason derulo with cleto and the cletones. and now, nobody move, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show, i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. very nice. that's very nice. somebody in the audience was doing a cheerleader move, which appreciated.

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